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My Father was 1st Lieutenant Samuel L. Flinner. Pilot in 63 BG, 43rd BS. Served 1944. 26 missions with Radar B24 night bombers. Passed away almost two years. Many stories and photos. Miss him a lot. God bless you guys.

Added: March 26, 2018
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My Father was Max H. Mayer. He was a bombardier in the 17s and flew out of Port Moresby in the early part of '43 with the 43rd,65th sq. The book,"Gore and Glory",by Crawford tells of some of his 48 missions. Those guys went through some real hell at 30,000 feet!

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just picked up triple 6 just begining all i can say is wow . great read truly inspiring of the human spirit.

Added: February 1, 2018
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I just finished Old 666. Great story of a bunch of true American flying heroes and the dedicated ground crews who kept them flying despite poor food, air raids, and disease. As an amateur military historian I am convinced that the war against the Japanese Empire was won in the South Pacific by bleeding their navy, army and aviators of the cream of their top warriors. Two great books by Eric Bergerud, Touched With Fire and Fire In The Sky plus other books like 666 seem to point me in that direction. Clash Of Carriers points out quite clearly the after the South Pacific their aviators did not have the experience or flight time to stay competitive with the US aviation assets and pilots.

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Nice ! I see the guest book is back up.Looks different , also seems yr. of comments are not showing (2017)

Admin reply: Yes, sorry for that but there was bound to be some loss.


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well constructed and informative for WWII Pacific Theater.

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